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Kidney Stones

When kidney stones form, they block the passage in the urinary tract and can be extremely painful. We invest in the most advanced, immediate care.

Conditions We Treat

Kidney stones, sometimes called ureteral stones, affect one in 10 people at some point in their lives, according to the National Kidney Foundation. They are created when minerals and salts in urine – including calcium, oxalate, phosphate and sometimes uric acid – crystallize and bind together.

Sometimes, a patient won’t know a kidney stone exists until it passes into the ureter, blocking passage and causing urine to back up into the kidney. This can be acutely painful.

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Recent Blogs

  1. Eating for Kidney Health: 5 Tips for Kidney Cancer Awareness Month

    National Kidney Cancer Awareness Month is a great time to remember to be as good to your kidneys as they are to you by staying healthy.

  2. It’s American Heart Month: Why That Matters to Your Kidneys

    Without the kidneys’ filtration system, the heart would have to try to clean the blood itself, and that would add a lot to its work load. So if the kidney is compromised, so is the heart – people with kidney disease are at greater risk of heart disease.

  3. 4 Healthy Ways to Say ‘I love Me’ this Valentine’s Day

    Among the best gifts we can give our loved ones this Valentine’s Day is our own good health. Wellness of the body and mind improves how all of our systems function, and that includes our urinary and reproductive systems.

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